posted by rfvv .
1. Whenever I visited him, he was not at home.
2. Every time I visited him, he was not at home.
3. At any time when I visited him, he was not at home.
[Are they all the same in meaning?]
4. You may go wherever you like.
5. You may go every place you like.
6. You may go at any place you like.
7. You may go to any place you like.
[Are the four sentences correct and the same? Do we use both 'at' and 'to' as in #6 and #7? Which one is right?]
1, 2, and 3 all mean the same thing. I think #2 is best.
4, 5, 6, and 7 all mean the same thing. The prepositions "at" and "to" are unnecessary, and "at" is wrong in any case. "at" implies a specific place: "I'm at the train station. Can you come and pick me up?"